We’re preparing for Fall 2021 with a variety of program delivery methods. Learn more at www.saultcollege.ca/fall
The Computer Programming program has the best student-to-computer ratio in the province and comprehensive curriculum that will transform you into a highly-skilled, in-demand professional ready to make their mark on the digital world!
Learn in hardware and software environments that mirror the industry-standard networks and platforms you’ll encounter in your career. Hey, we don’t want you to become outdated technology.
And if you’re interested in a university degree in computer networking or computer science, you can apply earned Sault College credits to continue your studies at partnering institutions like Algoma University, University of Guelph and the University of Windsor.
Want to complete a degree and explore the world? Our degree pathways also lead to schools in Australia and Ireland.
Employers are looking for you. IT is an integral part of businesses across the globe, but you already know this. Let’s team up to smash your goals in the IT sector. What do you say?
Requirements & Program Information
Ontario Secondary School diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C, Grade 12 Foundations for College Math (C) MAP4C, or mature student status.
A strong demand for programming/analysis graduates exists in a number of different businesses and industries both locally and nationally. Graduates may seek employment in a wide range of positions such as: software development, systems analysis and design, user interface design and human factors, web and database design and programming, project management, system and database administration, end user support, management of technology. Potential for career advancement and portability of skills is high.
Fees & Costs
These fees are for the 2021-2022 academic year (year 1 of study), and are subject to change. Please visit your Student Portal to view your Schedule of Fees.
Program Coordinator: Bazlur Rasheed, (705) 759-2554 ext 2668, firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the new program title and code for what was formerly called Computer Programmer.
Students entering the program in September 2020 or later will graduate from Computer Programming (2095). Students who entered the program prior to September 2020 will graduate from Computer Programmer (2090).